Dozens of job seekers turned out for the Northwest Michigan Works! IT Career Fair in Traverse City.
YouthBuild Northwest students toured the Aero Park Campus of Northwestern Michigan College in Traverse City where they learned about NMC's technical programs including construction technology, automotive technology, and welding.
It is one of the most popular New Year's Resolution's each year--to get a job. Three lucky job seekers got a makeover to help them get ready for their search.
Even though Kay Purdey has two jobs she knows what it's like to be unemployed. She spent three years looking for work after losing her previous manufacturing job.
Most teens probably would not want to spend a big chunk of their summer at the library, but Pajas Erickson enjoys going to the Kalkaska County Library every day because she is there for her first real job.
Cindy Hopp came to the Northwest Michigan Works! Adult Education Learning Lab to improve her skills so she could enroll in college over 30 years after she left high school.
Michigan Works! of Cadillac, Kalkaska, Manistee, Petoskey, and Traverse City announce their workshop line-up for August.
Jonathan Leeds attended a job fair and two practice your pitch events offered through Northwest Michigan Works!
"Without the help from Northwest Michigan Works! I don't know where I would be."
"This job and my résumé couldn't have matched more perfectly," Sharon Swogger said.
"It was just perfect the way it worked out. They really helped and made my job search much, much easier."
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